Always one of the more intriguing days in the tech calendar, Apple has announced the official rollout of operating systems iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4, watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2.

The changes to iOS 10.3 could hardly be considered groundbreaking, with the new Find My AirPods function and revamped Carplay system the most notable. If you happen to lose sight of your AirPods, you can now locate them on a map providing they're in close proximity to an iOS device at home. If that doesn't work, the Find My iPhone app is able to flag up the last location you were posted with them.

For CarPlay users, a selection of small but nifty features have been incorporated. Daily playlist and new music recommendations will now appear in Apple Music, along with shortcuts in the status bar showing your last used apps.

Elsewhere, Siri now supports scheduling with ride-sharing apps, and iTunes rentals can finally be watched cross-platform rather than solely on the one originally booked on. The settings app has also been given a revamp for further ease of use.

Away from the phone, macOS 10.12.4 sees a night shift feature adapted from iOS, while the watchOS 3.2 means you can now use Siri with third party apps.

iOS 10.3 is available to download right now.

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